In June 2001, Nick Turse was a graduate student researching post-traumatic stress disorder among Vietnam veterans at the U.S. National Archives when an archivist asked him if witnessing war crimes could cause PTSD. And would he like to see some papers? So began a ten-year investigation of U.S. war crimes committed during the war in Vietnam - crimes the Pentagon investigated and substantiated, and then covered up. Nick Turse's research led him from the National Archives to the homes of U.S.... Topics: Vietnam War, history, war crimes, Pentagon, military, Quang Nam, "kill anything that...
105 Keefer Street is in the heart of Chinatown, an area facing the same intense development pressures as Vancouver’s downtown eastside. Plans for a 13-storey tower don’t sit well with local residents. King-mong Chan is an organizer with the Chinatown Concern Group. He says the development will displace local businesses and the Chinese seniors who depend on them. King-mong Chan speaks with Redeye host Jane Williams. Check out our website for more information about Redeye. Find us on... Topics: Chinatown, development, gentrification, condos, heritage, community, Vancouver, 105 Keefer
Guest host for Jed in the Region, Dave Kusiak, welcomes Dr. Walter Watkins, Supt. for the School City of Hammond; discussion centers around Lincoln Elementary School's recent improvements and it demographics. Topics: JED, JED.tv, JED1230, Jim Dedelow, WJOB, WJOB1230, Hammond Indiana, WatkinsShow, School City of...
Guest host for Jed in the Region, Dave Kusiak, fields listeners' calls concerning the 'Sewage Wars' between Griffith, IN and Hammond, IN. Topics: JED, JED.tv, JED1230, Jim Dedelow, WJOB, WJOB1230, KusiakShow
Kevin from Raglan Volunteer Coastguard talks about Sunday's bar course, recent rescues, Kawhia and Aotea harbours, a new engine for the rescue boat and the trip to get it and the wharf. Topics: Raglan talking to Raglan, coastguard
The Environment Court has ruled that Trans Tasman Resources and the EPA must release the redacted information in TTRs latest seabed mining application. We talk to Phil McCabe from Kiwi's Against Seabed Mining the day after KASM achieved this important victory at the Environment Court Topics: KASM, redacted, environment court
Living with psoriasis & eco bus artwork What it’s like to live with psoriasis and the artwork going onto the side of eco buses. Topics: BBC, Radio Program, Kat Orman Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p042tqg4
Masterchef contestant Sarah McCready & holiday security discussion Former Masterchef contestant Sarah McCready & security for travelling abroad this summer. Topics: BBC, Radio Program, Kat Orman Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p042tpth
Kate Harding brings wit, sarcasm and righteous fury to a dark topic in her new book Asking For It: The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture and What We Can Do About It. Kate Harding speaks with Redeye host Jane Williams. Check out our website for more information about Redeye. Find us on Facebook and like our page for regular updates. Topics: rape, feminism, victim blaming, sexual assault, violence against women, asking for it
For eight years (1937–45), The Kate Smith Hour was a leading radio variety show, offering comedy, music and drama with appearances by top personalities of films and theater. The nationwide audience was introduced to comedy by the show's resident comics, Abbott and Costello and Henny Youngman, while a series of sketches led to The Aldrich Family as a spin-off in 1940. She continued into the 1950s on the Mutual Broadcasting System, CBS, ABC, and NBC, doing both music and talk shows. favorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Kate Smith, Al Jolson, Jackie Gleason, Gene Kelly
13/08/2016 Great Saturday afternoon music, entertaining features, occasional quirky stuff and fun. Topics: BBC, Radio Program, Kath Melandri on BBC Essex Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p043b0ss
What shalll we tell the children about climate change? When? Katherine Ellison, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, author of "The Mommy Brain" among others, in a Radio Ecoshock interview, January 2007. 13 min, 11 MB The whole family angle, from a woman's perspective. Topics: radio, radio ecoshock, show, 2007, environment, ecology, green, climate, climate change, global...
Alex Smith of Radio Ecoshock interviews Kathy McMahon, the clinical psychologist who specializes in people fearing or reacting to a darker future, due to Peak Oil, climate change, or the crumbling economy. 20 min. Topics: environment, radio, radio ecoshock, Peak Oil, oil, energy, psychology, mental, health, interview
(13 Episodes) “Kay Fairchild, Stepmother,” a 9:45am - 10:00am CBS radio soap opera which aired from 1938 thru 1942, was a soap opera about a real life story of a woman who raised another woman's children. The episodes describe the erupting difficulties and adjustments involved in raising a ready made family and the challenges sometimes faced in dealing with in-laws. def gp ddh The program sponsors were Cashmere Bouquet Hand lotion and Colgate toothpowder; Colgate advertised to both mothers... favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Old Time Radio, OTR Docu-Drama, OTR Soap Opera, OTRadio CBS
Annie is a wealthy middle-aged woman lost in a kayak. As she floats aimlessly on the water, she is haunted by memories of Julie, a radical environmentalist and girlfriend of her son, Peter. Through these three characters, playwright Jordan Hall explores our complex relationship to the climate change. Jordan Hall won Samuel French’s Canadian Playwrights Competition with Kayak. Jordan Hall speaks with Redeye host Esther Hsieh. Check out our website for more information about Redeye. Find us... Topics: kayak, climate change, play, theatre, environment, activism, jordan hall
Being a parent often means romance takes a backseat to family needs. With busy work schedules and the responsibilities of running a household, couples can drift apart. Join Nurse Rona and guests as they discuss how to keep intimacy and romance alive during parenthood, and why keeping romance alive with your partner can benefit everyone in the family. • Steven Freemire, LMFT, is a marriage and family therapist and has a private psychotherapy and life coaching practice in Berkeley and Walnut...
KEITH FARNISH: TIME'S UP! An uncivilized solution to a global crisis. UK deep green says we need to undermine the growth machine, before it kills us all. Online book. Blog. Another blog. Interview from Ecoshock 100205 25 min CD Quality 23 MB or Lo-Fi 6 MB. Transcript at http://www.ecoshock.org/transcripts/Ecoshock%20Keith%20Farnish%20transcript.htm Topics: radio, radio ecoshock, environment, green, Climate2010, ecology, climate, climate change, global...
LeAnn Rimes picks the Tracks of My Years LeAnn Rimes picks the Tracks of My Years, with music from Don McLean and Joni Mitchell. Topics: BBC, Radio Program, Ken Bruce Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07mm5rx
LeAnn Rimes picks her final Tracks of My Years LeAnn Rimes picks the Tracks of My Years, with music from Prince and Bonnie Raitt. Topics: BBC, Radio Program, Ken Bruce Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07mm7m8
"CBS net. Sustaining. The first call is about a woman who has been given a marijuana cigarette. Don Reid's tape recording causes the suspect to confess! The second case is about a shooting in a motel room that turns out to be a suicide. The man's suicide note is read on the air! Don Reid (police recorder), Sterling Tracy (producer), Jim Headlock (producer), W. L. Hildebrand (Police Chief of Culver City). 28:26." - write up - Copyright David Goldin Topics: drugs, marijuana